Windows Mobile Offers DST Fix
Feb 15, 2007, 9:16 AM by (staff)
Microsoft is issuing an update for Windows Mobile users so their phones will be able to adjust accurately to Daylight Savings Time (DST), which starts three weeks earlier this year. Since many mobile device clocks don't automatically adjust, users run the risk of having their clocks (and calendar appointments) be an hour off for the three week period. Because the DST change effects everyone in North America, Microsoft recommends Windows Mobile users in the U.S., Canada and Mexico download and install the update on their mobile phones, which should solve the issue. The download is available at the link below.
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Why not automatic time adjustment?????????
And if computers are so advanced why do they become DISABLED over what the time and date is, big deal about what time/date is.
If computers can't function w/o the correct time/date then that's just pathetic!!!!
If computers are so, so, so advanced, then why can't they adjust time off of the internet or cellular networks?!?!?!?!!!!???
And if computers are so advanced why do they become DISABLED over what the time and date
So why not this?
Start > Settings > Phone > Services tab > Time Synchronization > Get settings > check the box, and hit "update now...
If the time is wrong, then any alarms, alerts, scheduled items, will all go off at the wrong time.
/Settings/Services/Time Synchronization/Get Settings/Up...